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Member since Apr-06-18 · Last seen Jul-08-20
I'm still trying to learn later in life (60).
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   imsighked2 has kibitzed 13 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-08-20 O Korneev vs R Zelcic, 2005
imsighked2: The Black queen had to take: 33...Qxe8
   May-28-20 Martha Fredy Anawa vs Masho Beyene Teklu, 2016 (replies)
imsighked2: Trap, but I would never try it because 3...a6 is just a wasted move after 4 Bxc6 and scores very poorly.
   May-23-20 M Pagerka vs M Pacher, 2010 (replies)
imsighked2: I'm curious as to why this ended in a loss at move 11...
   May-09-20 M M Kazhgaleyev vs Morozevich, 2008
imsighked2: Hmmmm. Why not 6 Nxd5 or 6 exd5?
   Apr-19-20 Alapin vs Schiffers, 1898
imsighked2: What a great instructional game. I did notice that this is the only win with the Alapin by Alapin in this database.
   Apr-08-20 Petrosian vs Spassky, 1966
imsighked2: I saw a nice video, "How to Fight the Hippopotamus Defense," that recommended 12 Nd2.
   Mar-10-20 A Cherepov vs V Kazakouski, 2017
imsighked2: I am confused as to why this ended as a draw. It seems like it would be a win for Black.
   Feb-09-20 Akobian vs I Foygel, 2005
imsighked2: Nice video for this on You Tube via the Saint Louis Chess Club. It's very informative and explains alternative moves that aren't as good.
   Dec-22-19 AlphaZero vs Stockfish, 2018
imsighked2: There is a nice video on You Tube examining a similar game by Leela Chesss Zero versus Gull3, also involving 7 e5. It ends up a win for white in 23 moves. You can find it by looking for "Artifial Intelligence Leela Chess Zero finds a new 7th move in the Nimzo-Indian." Not sure ...
   Oct-19-18 Korchnoi vs E Koning, 1978
imsighked2: I am in the process of destroying someone with this line in a daily game. Were only 11 moves in, and Im up a rook and a pawn.
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